The Suns lost in a ridiculously high-scoring affair against the Timberwolves on Monday. It is not often you score 124 points and lose in regulation, or even OT, in the NBA. That is just what happened though as the Suns moved their record to 19-22 on the season. Their home record also took a hit and is now 12-10 on the season. The team obviously shot well, but in the end it was simply not enough.
The Suns were led by Dudley in both scoring and rebounds. Dudley ended the game scoring 28 points and grabbing 9 rebounds in the contest. Steve Nash tried to help the Suns cause by adding a team leading 10 assists. The Suns scored 34 points in every quarter except the second. This ended up being the deciding factor in the game as the Suns scored just 22 points that quarter compared to 35 points from the Wolves.
Minnesota was led by their team MVP Kevin Love. Love scored 30 to lead all scorers in the contest. His teammate Ridnour added 9 assists to help the team get the win. The Wolves scored more than 25 points in each quarter while scoring 35 points in two of the game’s quarters. The team is now 22-21 on the year and is 10-9 in away games. The Timberwolves are now over the.500 mark despite huge losses to their starting lineup. It would be a Cinderella story if they ended up getting into the